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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #76: Idioms: doctor
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    Idioms: doctor


    ENGLISH IDIOMS: Doctor

    IDIOM 1: "go under the knife"
    -> MEANING: to be operated on in surgery
    -> EXAMPLE: His wife went under the knife at the hospital last evening.

    IDIOM 2: "pull through "
    -> MEANING: recover from a serious illness
    -> EXAMPLE: The car accident was very bad and I don't think that the driver will pull through.


    IDIOM 3: "under the weather"
    -> MEANING: not feeling well
    -> EXAMPLE: My boss has been feeling under the weather all week and has not come to work during that time.


    IDIOM 4: "feel on top of the world"
    -> MEANING: feel very healthy
    -> EXAMPLE: I have been feeling on top of the world since I quit my job.

     

    IDIOM 5: "head shrinker "
    -> MEANING: a psychiatrist
    -> EXAMPLE: The man was told to go and see a head shrinker after he threatened the woman in the store several times.





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    1. The man was forced to go to a after he killed the two women.

    2. 'I have a very bad disease. Tomorrow is an important day: I will tomorrow.'

    3. Although the man was very sick I think that he will .

    4. 'No problem. No disease. Everything's fine! !'

    5. 'My mother is worrying me: her health is very bad. She has been feeling all week.









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